There's something very cute and innocent about the latest project Reg at WM$NA has cast her spotlight on: Urbanseeder is a project based on Maya Lotan's final thesis at the Interaction Design Institute of Ivrea which helps users flirt/connect with people they meet in public spaces and "lure" them into a private corner to get to know them better.

There's something very cute and innocent about the latest project Reg at WM$NA has cast her spotlight on: UrbanSeeder is a project based on Maya Lotan's final thesis at the Interaction Design Institute of Ivrea which helps users flirt/connect with people they meet in public spaces and “lure” them into a private corner to get to know them better. Reg explains:

It works with “Seeds”. Each of the Seed has a private number that doesn't reveal who you are but leads the other person to a webpage where he or she can get a series of clues about you. How can you give the Seed to someone you fancy without unvealing who you are? If you know the email address of that person (a co-worker for example), you can send the Seed by email;- or you can print and give away a Seed. Hand it to him or her yourself, ask a friend or the waitress to do it when you've left the bar. Each Seed is personalized…

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